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but in this economy we believe college should be in everyone's future. >> the future ground but with high level courses like advanced placement. >> these are courses where maryland has earned high marks. you can read a report that gives you everything. wbaltv.com, click on education alert. >> making a major change in its religious >> live, local, late-breaking. this is wbal tv 11 news tonight. with stan stovall and donna hamilton. your insta-weatherplus forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer and skyteam 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. quex half a dozen emaciated forces are being cared for in the rescue form after being confiscated by the hartford county property on friday. all the horses are several hundred pounds underweight. >> according to officials, more animals are in danger. jennifer franciotti has that story. >> she is as skinny as they can get. >> there are six of them. thoroughbreds being relegated -- rehabilitated in howard county. there were found in various stages of the emaciation on a 68-acre farm on baldwin mill road
to increase fuel efficiency. >> you are not going to see the huge boost in fuel economy that you would really like to that is available in other ways. >> something else to try to measure your gas mileage by comparing the number of miles you get from one tank to another. shoppers in taos and could soon be getting groceries at a former fire station. the county put the station up for sale. developers had entered a proposal for a store that locations. the building could include a store on the second floor and a mezzanine. no word on when the official plans are. >> you certainly would want a mezzanine. >> a century-long journey for women honored today in annapolis. [applause] women from the house and senate or reenacting the march that changed history, an emotional celebration of the anniversary of the women's suffrage loss. they marched into the joint session. she even sang the star spangled banner, we hear. there were finally granted the right to vote in 1920 with the ratification of the 19th amendment. more changes on the way for the ravens. longtime center matt burke explains why it's time for
in the economy risk to protect a few special-interest tax loopholes that only benefit the wealthiest americans? wouldnot, this sequester go into effect on march 1. democrats want to close tap -- close a tax loophole that raised taxes on the tears but republicans want more deficit reductions. >> the president says he wants a balanced approach but it has all been tax increases. from the republican point of view, they want to see spending cuts. >> everyone from fbi to border patrol agents could be furloughed or laid off. a wells fargo study says federal and defense workers in maryland and d.c. will be hardest hit as the military faces massive cuts. a new bipartisan commission plan led by erskine bowles and alan simpson cuts the deficit by $2.4 trillion. >> they can squawk all want to either get your country on course and forget the fact you're a democrat or republican and get to being an american and get cracking. >> the sequester was going into effect on january 1 but was delayed as part of the fiscal cliff negotiations. >> now, many if -- many fear another budget stalemate affecting millions of
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